How Much Lime Juice Equals One Lime?


You will usually get approximately 2 tablespoons of lime juice out of one lime. The exact amount of lime juice that equals one lime can vary depending on the lime.
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If you squeeze a lime very hard, you might get out a quarter cup of juice. Some of that will be pulp you have to strain out. To be safe, throw in an extra lime or two when planning.
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